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Michigan Chamber Players

Michigan Chamber Players (MCP) is the faculty chamber music series for the School of Music, Theatre & Dance. For more than 30 years the MCP have presented chamber music concerts featuring the incredible talent of the Michigan music faculty, providing students, colleagues, and the Ann Arbor community an intimate look at the passion, dedication, and work ethic of our roster of teaching artists.

MCP’s 2016-17 season will include four concerts, each curated by a member of a different music department at SMTD. Since the world of chamber music encompasses so many different kinds of performance--essentially, any music made by small groups without conductor--our goal this year is to share some of this incredible breadth with you. We'll present music both old and new, known and unknown, featuring strings, piano, percussion, and winds. As we launch our new Chamber Music Department, these MCP concerts will offer audiences an in-depth look into the work being done throughout the department in its first year: achieving small ensemble artistic excellence through a broad-thinking curatorial vision that moves the genre forward.

Michigan Chamber Players Perform "Mládí" by Leos Janácek
Michigan Chamber Players Perform Beethoven's Quintet for Piano and Winds in E-flat major, Op. 16
Michigan Chamber Players Perform "Nocturnes" by Arnold Cooke

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Photography Credits:

U-M Photo Services

Joe Welsh

Peter Smith

David Smith

Glen Behring

Tom Bower